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Youth conferences aim to give kids tools

The Ashinéé Shiyázhí Youth Conference will take place from July 10 -21 in 10 chapters — five in Arizona and five in New Mexico — and will be hosted by the Diné Relief Initiative.

Arts People

A life like art

Diné actress Geraldine Keams loves her profession


Military Roll Call: Diné promoted to 1st sergeant

Denetclaw is with Bravo Company of the 31st Combat Support Hospital, known as the Blackwolves. Her clans are Totsohnii, Kinlichíinii, Tl’aaschi’i and ’Ashiihi.


A fighting spirit

Mixed martial arts fighter travels the world to compete, spread Diné culture


An inspiration for youth

Grandma Thomas walked 80 miles each year to raise funds for youth complex


Visions of a firefighter

Volunteer firefighters, rare on the reservation, struggle to chase their dream


Saginaw Grant: playing an Indian on TV

Want to be the next big Native actor? Never give up.


Dr. Karletta Daané Chief: professor, spouse, and mother

She is not “just” a Diné hydrologist and assistant professor at the University of Arizona Department of Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences; and, renowned lecturer. She is also a wife and the mother of two young boys.


‘Something special’

Daughter and father coach Tohatchi to first-ever championship

News People

‘Not a short life’

Dallas River Peterman was the Navajo Jack Kerouac, taking on the road and seeing the country.